Titel: Almanac of African-American Heritage
Autor/en: Johnnie H. Miles, Juanita J. Davis, Sharon F. Ferguson-Roberts
A Chronicle of People, Places, Times and Events That Shaped Black Culture.
3:B&W 7. 5 x 9. 25 in or 235 x 191 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam.
John Wiley & Sons
1. Januar 2000 - kartoniert - 460 Seiten
Social Sciences/African American Studies
..."An excellent, comprehensive source for obtaining information in a very efficient manner about significant individuals and events in the African American community, historically. It will certainly be a valuable addition to reference tools, both in the home and in the academic setting." -- BENJAMIN S. CARSON, Sr., M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery, Oncology, Pediatrics, and Plastic Surgery, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions ..."A quick, readable and informative reference on African American history and culture in the United States. People in the multicultural and diversity field will find it especially useful in understanding and communicating this information to their students and clients." -- ELIZABETH PATHY SALETT, President, National MultiCultural Institute ..."Thank God! We finally have a resource book that provides invaluable information and facts on the history of African Americans in the United States. It is a 'must have' for every educator, government and business professional." -- DR. JOHN B. TURNER, Senior Vice President, Education, Training and Diversity, Tennessee Valley Authority ..."Who would have thought that reading a book of lists could be so interesting, exciting, intriguing and educational! This fascinating work will definitely hold your attention. I could not put it down!" -- DR. CAROLYN HINES, President, C.W. Hines and Associates, Inc. ..."A succinct documentation about a people who have been grossly misrepresented, misunderstood. It belongs in every household, school, library, office and teachers briefcase." -- DR. DELORIS M. SAUNDERS, Associate Professor of Education, University of Maryland, BaltimoreCounty ..."This book ought to be required reading in every institution of learning in the civilized world." -- EDWARD L. WALLACE, Jr., Author of "Track & Field Coachs Survival Guide"
Johnnie H. Miles, Ed.D., Juanita J. Davis, Ed.D., Sharon F. Ferguson-Roberts, Ed.D., and Rita G. Giles, Ed.D., have all taught at the college level and worked as professional counselors, mediators, trainers, and career consultants. Proud of their African-American heritage, the co-authors are committed to increasing knowledge and understanding about diverse populations in education, industry, and government. Each lives in the state of Virginia.